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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CHS. 770, 771-AUG. 7 , 1946 of rifle practice, authorize and provide for: Construction work, equipment, maintenance, and operation of rifle ranges; issues of ordnance; sales of arms, procurement of supplies; expenses of the National Board; transportation of certain officials; procurement of badges, prizes, and so forth; and transportation of supplies, and so forth. Full report of all things done hereunder to be made annually to Congress (43 Stat. 510). 57. Submission to the respective chairmen of the Committees on Military Affairs of the Senate and House of Representatives of copies of each contract, order, or agreement (not later than twenty- four hours after made), covering the exchange or other disposition of military equipment, munitions, or supplies (54 Stat. 681). 58. Report to the Congress each month of the number of men in active training and service in the land forces under section 3 (b) of the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 (55 Stat. 628). REPORTS UNDER THE FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 59. Annual report at the beginning of each regular session of Con- gress to be made by the Superintendent of Saint Elizabeths Hospital showing in detail the receipts and expenditures for all purposes con- nected with the hospital for the fiscal year preceding such session (21 Stat. 156; 39 Stat. 309). 60. Annual report of the affairs of Howard University (45 Stat. 1021). 61. Report of all expenditures made by virtue of any appropria- tions by Congress to the Columbia Institution for the Deaf, includ- ing the amounts and rates paid to the superintendent and for teachers (Sec. 4867 of the Revised Statutes). REPORTS UNDER THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICB 62. Annual report to the Public Printer by the Superintendent of Documents of all sales made by him (28 Stat. 610). Approved August 7, 1946. [CHAPTER 771] AN ACT To amend paragraph (1) of section 73 of the Hawaiian Organic Act, as amended. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That paragraph (1) of section 73 of the Hawaiian Organic Act, as amended, is amended by inserting before the period at the end thereof a colon and the following: "Provided further, That in case any lands have been or shall be sold pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph for any purpose above set forth and/or subject to any conditions with respect to the improvement thereof or otherwise, and in case any said lands have been or shall be used by the United States of America, including any department or agency thereof, whether under lease or license from the owner thereof or otherwise, for any purpose relating to war or the national defense and such use has been or shall be for a purpose other than that for which said lands were sold and/or has prevented or shall prevent the performance of any conditions of the sale of said lands with respect to the improvement thereof or otherwise, then, notwithstanding the provisions of this paragraph or of any agreement, patent, grant, or deed issued upon the sale of said lands, such use of said lands by the United States of America, including any department or agency thereof, shall not result in the forfeiture of said lands and shall result in the extension 871 32U. S. C. 181. 10 .S. c. §1262a; Supp. V, § 1262a. Ante, p. 868. 50 U. S. C., Supp. V, app. 1359. 24 U.S. C. 179. 20 U.S. C. § 123. D.C .Code 31-1016 . 44U. .C.§71. August 7, 1946 [if R..33611 [Public Law 616] Hawaiian Organic Act, amendment. 42 Stat. 118. 48U. S. C. 1673. Sale of lands used byU.S.